Graduate studies at Western
State University of New York Press (1999)
|Abstract||The Question of the Self Perhaps the clearest access to the question of the self in Dogen lies in the fascicle of Shobogenzo entitled "Genjo-koan. ...|
|Keywords||Self (Philosophy Philosophy, Japanese Religion Philosophy|
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|Call number||B5243.S44.S73 1999|
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